The premier league returns for the seventh round this weekend and there after there will be a two week break to allow for international World Cup qualifiers matches to be played around the world.
This round also come after a midweek of European actions including champions league, Europa League and Europa conference league. A couple of English sides didn't have a good outing parse with both Chelsea, Manchester City and Leicester City losing their second group stage matches.
Let us have a look at the marches scheduled to be played on Saturday, at which stadium and what time.
Manchester United will once again play on early kickoff as they will be welcoming Merseyside club Everton at Old Trafford at 2:30pm. United will be motivated after beating La Liga side Villarreal at the same stadium on Wednesday night. Both the teams are level in points after all garnering 13 points after six games.
Later at 5PM, four matches will kickoff concurrently. Chelsea will be looking to bounce back from their 0-1 champions league defeat at Juventus as they will be playing Southampton at Stamford Bridge.
Norwich will continue looking for their first point since the start of the season as they visit Burnley at Turf Moor. Both of them currently are on the relegation zone.
Meanwhile, Marcelo Bielsa's Leeds will battle it out with Watford . Both of them have been struggling since the start of the season.
Wolverhampton Wanderers will hope to continue their win over Southampton last weekend as they will be hosting the struggling out of form Newcastle United at Molineux Stadium.
Later at 7:30, there will be a tough game between Brighton and Hove Albion and Arsenal at American Express community stadium at the South coast side of England. Both sides are in form currently and Graham Potter's boys are having their best start to the season in history after collecting 13 points in six games.
Which team do you think will have great performances. Will Manchester United beat Everton? Please leave your comments below.
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